Monthly Archives: March 2013

Thank yous

I recently needed to make little thank yous for some people at work, and since everybody is on a diet, I chose to make them note cards instead of giving them candy.  This little box from page 52 on the … Continue reading

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A funny way of cleaning

For Christmas, my husband got me a new craft room!  I have all new furniture and tons of storage space and work surface and I’m just dying to show you, but I don’t have it organized enough for pictures yet.  … Continue reading

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Cut it Up Dr. Seuss-inspired challenge

Dr. Seuss’ birthday was March 2nd.  We at the Cut it Up Challenge Blog are celebrating by making Seuss-inspired projects! What does that mean? You don’t have to include an image from a Dr. Seuss book; rather you should make … Continue reading

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Two really simple cards

Sometimes you need something to just be cute but simple.  There are so many Cricut cartridges that have card features on them, so sometimes I just use one of them or just one image from any cartridge on some really … Continue reading

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Another masculine card

Here is another masculine card.  The patterned paper is a scrap leftover from another recent card.  The image is from the Pagoda cartridge.  It’s on page page 34 of the manual, but I used the “flip” feature on the Cricut … Continue reading

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Made from baby scraps

I’m trying to pare down my paper scraps pile by going through and purposely making things.  These are my leftover cuts from baby-themed papers, and I noticed that some of them are just nicely colored and not necessarily baby-themed.  I … Continue reading

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